Artisan
up-to-date tech

A love for good things, respect for tradition, passion for quality and attention to new food trends have always been part of the Veroni’s family values. The creation of cold cuts for us is an art handed down from generation to generation, constantly enriched with innovation and technology, to bring a world of genuine goodness to the table.
“We do not want to lose the family identity, which has allowed us to grow” – says Francesco Veroni, the current President of Veroni. “If the family can pass on its knowledge from generation to generation, then the company’s ability to respond to market demands increases: the family is the true repository of the company’s historical values and the craftsmanship is a synthesis of values, not size.”

.

Our History

Our story starts in a small grocery shop run by five brothers and located in Correggio, a small town in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region (Italy). In 1925, the Veroni brothers decided to expand their family business and dedicate themselves to salami production.

Today the fourth generation of the family is at the helm of a company that continues to invest in projects that are focused on continuous improvement, the pursuit of quality excellence and the constant balance between tradition and technological innovation.

Securing quality
safe products

Our goal has always been to continuously improve the product in order to exalt its special features of goodness and genuineness, in compliance with certain fundamental regulations, such as the use of selected raw materials, the ever more scrupulous observance of hygiene regulations in the various processing phases, strict quality controls and the balance between tradition and technological innovation.

Our facilities

Today, our business is carried out in four subsidiaries and seven production plants  in Italy. Those in  Langhirano, Gazzata and Borgo Tossignano are in charge of the production for the US market. The production of the different ranges of cold cuts is performed each in a specialised and diversified manner from mortadella to traditional salami to cooked and cured hams.

Since 2016 our slicing plant located in Logan Township (New Jersey) has been operating to ensure that the authentic Italian taste reaches US tables.

Artisan
up-to-date tech

A love for good things, respect for tradition, passion for quality and attention to new food trends have always been part of the Veroni’s family values. The creation of cold cuts for us is an art handed down from generation to generation, constantly enriched with innovation and technology, to bring a world of genuine goodness to the table.
“We do not want to lose the family identity, which has allowed us to grow” – says Francesco Veroni, the current President of Veroni. “If the family can pass on its knowledge from generation to generation, then the company’s ability to respond to market demands increases: the family is the true repository of the company’s historical values and the craftsmanship is a synthesis of values, not size.”

.

Our story

Our story starts in a small grocery shop run by five brothers and located in Correggio, a small town in the heart of the Emilia-Romagna region (Italy). In 1925, the Veroni brothers decided to expand their family business and dedicate themselves to salami production.

Today the fourth generation of the family is at the helm of a company that continues to invest in projects that are focused on continuous improvement, the pursuit of quality excellence and the constant balance between tradition and technological innovation.

Securing quality
safe products

Our goal has always been to continuously improve the product in order to exalt its special features of goodness and genuineness, in compliance with certain fundamental regulations, such as the use of selected raw materials, the ever more scrupulous observance of hygiene regulations in the various processing phases, strict quality controls and the balance between tradition and technological innovation.

Our facilities

Today, our business is carried out in four subsidiaries and seven production plants  in Italy. Those in  Langhirano, Gazzata and Borgo Tossignano are in charge of the production for the US market. The production of the different ranges of cold cuts is performed each in a specialised and diversified manner from mortadella to traditional salami to cooked and cured hams.

Since 2016 our slicing plant located in Logan Township (New Jersey) has been operating to ensure that the authentic Italian taste reaches US tables.

our News

Contacts

phone

+(001) 8564912870

e-mail

info@veroni.it

address

1110 Commerce Blvd, Logan Township, NJ, 08085 USA

FOR MEDIA INQUIIRIES

veroni@dagcom.com